“With The Immaculate Void, Hodge is summoning something dark and twisted from deep within the cosmos, uncaring and relentless, and we can’t wait to read it.”
Daphne is the one who got away. When she was six, a serial killer tried to end her life, but she managed to escape. Scarred for life, one could say running is what she does best. Twenty years later, she’s gone missing, again, and so her brother Tanner has to find her, again, because search and rescue is what he does best.
Across two different timelines, we follow Daphne and Tanner as they try to escape those intent on killing them both, followers of dark entities beyond time and space.
There are some things in the cosmos that make even the gods tremble in fear.
Why we’re excited about this book:
For nearly three decades, Brian Hodge has been scaring the hell out of readers worldwide. His early novels Nightlife and Deathgrip, both from Dell/Abyss, are classics in the genre, while his recent work such as the novella I’ll Bring You the Birds From Out of the Sky (Cemetery Dance, 2017) was released to great critical acclaim. With The Immaculate Void, Hodge is summoning something dark and twisted from deep within the cosmos, uncaring and relentless, and we can’t wait to read it. The Immaculate Void by Brian Hodge releases 10 April 2018 from ChiZine Publications and is available for preorder right now.
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